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Falcon - classic design, large 8 foot wingspan KK free flight gas model, for 10-15cc power. The Falcon seems to be a later version of the Ben Shereshaw Cloud Cruiser, the only major difference is the tail fin is enlarged, and there's a sub fin below holding the tail wheel.
Update 04/02/2014: Have split this plan into 3 pages now, for easier printing.
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User commentsWhere is the C of G ?
Ray - 14/06/2013
Try to ask here. http://www.historicke-modely.cz/kontakty/ Use Jaroslav Pipek as a contact
jankober - 17/06/2013
Steve, the best reference for a KK Falcon CG position is Ben Buckle. Ben positioned the Falcon CG at 213 mm in front of the wing trailing edge (easier to define accurately than the curved LE). This is a 35% CG. Regards,
Brian - 04/02/2014
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